For three years I have heard that the Green Bay Packers quarterback, Aaron Rodgers is the greatest quarterback in history. They know about as much about football as I know about physics. Tonight when the Packers were in San Francisco challenging the 49ers, he was outplayed by a second year player, who will go to the championship game of the NFC next Sunday.
Those of us who live in Reno, and witnessed Colin Kaepernick become the best in history for the Wolf Pack, are not surprised.
The final score was 45-31, San Francisco, but that doesn’t tell the story. The last score by the Packers was aided by another horrible call by NFL officials. They called pass interference by the defense when Jordy Nelson of Green Bay was clearly the offender.
Kaepernick threw for almost 300 yards and ran for a record 183 to defeat the Packers in a game few saw would be such a decisive win for the 49ers. If the MVP were based on one game, Kaepernick would win hands down.
It was a high scoring game in which Rodgers would normally be favored. But, he was outplayed by a second year phenom from Reno, Nevada, who will challenger Atlanta or Seattle for the chance to go to the Super Bowl next Sunday.
Columnist-The Guardian Express